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AND PRODUCE MARKET
"Wheat Market it Oversold and Devel
ops Kothing New.
COEN 1IAB.KET RULES DULL
Ittrrium Art Verr U(hl mm Tr.
Ingr U Met Active mm Mill Cum
tlaa 4 Be Slow Till w
fiVI bne; hnj, J 1nes; shoulders,
l.i'uu hoxei, butler, 8.im) rut.; clieeee, fti.srai
hmtea; lard, l..'i tierces pri'i'i veMern
loin and ton of Oder kind.
F.W 1URK t.KMOHtl. MARKK.T
OMAHA. Nov. 1.
There la no new feature to the
situation despite the short rallies that oc
ur. on lug to the mm he. becoming over
bid. Liverpool cables rau.e lnr again to
day, showing the teak foreign conditions.
The world's vtHltile supply Increases and
now alio a an increase of 13,uio,(M bushels
ver a year ago.
It la early yet to enpert a movement of
lew corn and nvilng to tha Hint receipt
ihorts become nervoua and causa aliarp
Tha corn la certainly In the country and
when tha movement dues start tha pres
sure win undoubtedly be heavy.
Wheat Continued to sag and values were
heavy throughout the day. Short havo
Ilttlo or no trouble In taking profits on
ale, leaving the markets In a weak a
portion as before. Cash stuff ranged about
The corn market ruled dull and unlnter
emlng with tha exception of the strength
shown In face of the weaker wheat value,
offerings are very light and trading 1 not
active and will be slow with the move
ment of the nsw crop.
I'rlmary wheat receipts were 7M.0OO bush
els and shipments wets R'.'S.0"O bushels,
agalnat receipts last year of 1, OH. 000 bush
es and shipments nf 871. OW bushels.
Pr.mary corn race pts were 6 I.OnO buh
el and shipment were 8'i.0uo bushels.
sgalna'. receipts last year of 4;l.00 bushels
and shipments of 247,Ono bushels.
Clearances were 81,000 bushels of corn,
OK) bushels of oat und wheat and flour
equal to StfUiOO bushels.
Liverpool closed lid lower on wheat and
mi higher to Ud lower on oorn,
I Omaha Cash Prleea.
WHEAT No. 3 hard, KikMi'jc; No. 3
hard. JB'tiisc; No. 4 hard, 7tVulHc: re
jected hard, 7iVu77c, new; No. 2 spring,
b'(j!MiC; M). 3 p Ins;. X"Uvii'o.
i'OKN No. 1 white. 44(4iMic; So. 8 white,
48V44V; No. 4 white. 4HVliV; No. 2
yellow, 44((j 44'o; No. 3 yellow. 'rtf 14'ic;
No. 4 yellow, ;a'U43c; No. 3. 43Vtf44c;
No. 3 roiti, 434u44c; No. 4, 427i'u4.ic; no
grade, 8t4lo, new.
OATS No. 2 white, 8o'530'-; standard.
StraauWc; No. t whits, 2irViM3oViu; No. 4
whit. KSUMv; No. I yellow, WU&Xa;
No. 4 vellow. iSUftZic.
BAKLeY No. 3. 64if6Co; NO. 4, 6ttrMc;
No. 1 feed, riiNo
RT1J No. 3. 71!4rt72Vc;
CHICAGO OHAI.f AND FltOV 1SIO.X 9
restsret of the Trading and Closing;
Prices ou Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Nov. 1. Kalna tn the dry
sections of Australia and the Argentine
today were reported at about the mime
time aa a big Increase lu the Kuropean
visible supply of wheat. In conHeuue-nce
the market developed decided weakness,
and closed with a net loss of lVulc.
lorn flntrtlieU a shade up to MKi4c off,
oats Va'no higher to He lower, and pro
visions unchanged to an advance of iVvtV
The only oonsolatiou on the bull side of
the wheat pit ut any time during the rtiiy
ame from light primary arrivals and
from the etrongth of corn and oat. Rup-
i, li. ! enlariied nearly S.OUO.UOO marked In
bushels this week svitulnst a decrease or
atiout tha name amount a year ago. In
official estimates of the world s avail
able supply, too, Indicated an Increase of
s.uu0,0u0 bushels. Cash wneat demand here
was poor. hat proved to be In tha na
ture of a last straw was a report that
mill In the northwest were shutting
down. The December option ranged from
wtc to soVUSo and- closed heavy at
strength In corn waa iiHel on llttht
iiess of sales by farmers unsatisfactory
husking returns, and the fact that the lo
ciU contract stuck whs down to only ll,
iM bushels in elevators. There wers also
reports of wet snow In parts of Iowa.
ImcemlMr fluctuated between 4iMi 1 1 So.
closing steady at 4ti4c - het gam of a
hatie. Tn cash market was firm with
No. 3 yellow at 50uuolr.
There were more hedges coming orr
than galng on In the oats pit. December
varied from 31n to lo and finished at
,o off, at 8lVu3V'-
Provisions were fl'm. Ist sales were
unchanged to a nickel higher than last
night . . ..
'j he leading futures rnnged as follows:
of the liar os arloas
NKW YfillK. Nov. 1. Kitten Market
dii l: winter straights, Ml'"u4.A, winter
puKnts. tVii ,. aiulng clears. l
w inter extras. No. 1. $J.4i t .7v; w.nter es
tras. No. 1. $.t.M4.4u; Kanss stramhts,
MKig4 7b. Rye flour firm; lair to t,oxl,
M w 4 L' ': choice to tsncy. M i4W. Buck-
whent flour gtilet; I! per l lbs.
COKNMIlAU Steady ; fine white and yel
low. tl.lfr'al.'A); coarse. U.l'MV.U; kiln dried,
HKAT--Spot market weak; No. I rei.
V. elevator, and ic, f. o. b. afloat; No.
1 northern Duluth. 1112. f. o. b. afloat,
future ruaj-kft fleclineti earlv on weak
cables and rput of large stocks abroad
and favorable foreign crop advice, rallied
on covering, but attain eaed off on reports
of laiK'.-r country offerings, cloning lulo
net hither. Kxpoit sale amounted lo
seventeen loads. December, M l-1tt
l 1-U.o, closed at 7c; May, II OIS'ul !-.
cloeed at 11 July closed at Ke-
ce;ptH, m.r bushels; shipments, s7.40t
COK.-rpot market stesdy; No. t. Wo, .
lex a tor, domestic bslf, to srrlve c. I. f.,
and 57'c, f. o. b. afloat. Futures market
was without transactions, closing un
changed to (c advance, reporters took
four load p. perember cloaed at KSc;
May, 8'i'sc. Kecelpts, 4.&00 bushels; shlp
nientt. u6..NiO buehels.
OATS Spot market firm: standard white,
TV: No. S, 37 -c. Futures market w as
moie active and firmer on covering, clos
ing at unchanged to iC higher. November,
it;S''i7vc, closed at 37'v; December, X'3
ii-'iiC, Closed at KBC, May closed at 40c;
July closed at llfVc. Reieipta. lil.iSi bush
els: nlupments, bit) bushels.
HAY Dull, prime. V 1L"S: No. 1, 11.10;
No. 2. U Oi'dl 06; No. S,
HOPS K.rm: common to choice. ItlO
crop, ly.lc; l'9 irop, l.Vfllfcc; I'aclflc coast,
1S!0 crop 14'tilSc; lWt crop, lQ14c.
HIDKS 1-Inn; Central America, I'lc;
DEATH Kit I'irm; hemlock, first.
fi'c; second, 21 23c ; thirds, l!U20c;
PKOVISIONS Pork easy; mess, I200I):
family, In.tw.ii0: short clears, IJl.OtKf
23..W. Heef, steady; mess, fli.Ka I6.W;
family, l'.i.'.KVff2o U0; heef hams. 323.WJfa.tN.
Cut meats steady, plckted bellies. 10 to 14
lbs., liu.U IS 0o; pickled hams. l4.fcf I4.7S.
1 4i rd. easy: prime middle west, ll'JIS'J
12. refined, ftilet; continent, I13.W;
Couth .America, $13.tMi; compound, VKb"J
TADDOW Kteady ; prime city hhds.. "ilic;
BUTTER Firm; creamery specials, rcTC
32'-c; extra. 31c: third tu first. IMfiJac;
creamery, held, second to special, 2r'nn2c;
State dairy, common to finest. it.iOa: iroc
ess, second to special, t.'VJf i"c ; Imltstlon
crealrierv. first, H''i'25e; fnrtory, .Dine made,
rirat, Zlhvuw, factory, current make, first,
CHKKSH-Stcady; skims, full to special,
K'K.tt Firm; fresh gathered extra firsts,
aOfriltec: rirsts, nra'sc second. 24i8SDc;
fresh (fathered dirties, No. 1 candled, 'l-'it
23c: No. J, 20521c; refrigerator firsts, In
local storuge, 24,4i2Ac; seconds, fJVtU24!;
refrigerator, special marked fancy, In local
sioi-HKe. 2r,l4fi W''".
POCLTHY Dresse.1, irregular; western
sprlnss. chickens, liXijilttc, western fowls,
11'UlVVic; western spring turkeys, 14'i2'!c.
nillTHKH IV 1U13 GRAIN BKI.T
Indication la for Freelna Weather
Tonlaht and Wednesday.
OMAHA, Nov. 1. UWI.
Area of high pressure overlie the east
ern and western portions of the country,
wuu a trough of low pressure between,
extending fruin the upper lakes southwest
across tu valleys to Texan. Threatening
and unsettled weather attends the low pres
suis over tha upper valleys and upper
lukes, and generally clear weather pre
vails over the territory covered by the
areas of high prensure. Temperatures are
slightly higher everywhere east of tha
iih. the rise being niosi
the upper Mississippi valley and
liEWYOIiK STOCKS AND BONUS
Almost Total Abandonment of More
DECLINE IN SALES OF V. S. STEEL
Holiday In Foreign Markets la Factor
In the Iatease Dnltnesa and
Aealeot of Market
NKW YORK Nov. 1. The stock market
today reflected an almost total abandon
ment of the operations which hsve kept
up an appearance of animation for some
time and which have been attributed com
monly to powerful private hank ng Inter
ests. There was a striking shrinkage in
the total volume of the transactions, but
what was most remarkable was the heavy
decline In proportion of the dealings In
United States steel.
Compared with a share equal to one
third of the total yesterday and for several
days last week, United State steel ac
counted for barely one-sixth of the deal
A factor In the Intense dullness and
neglect of the dealings wss the holiday In
foreign markets, the Iondon and Part
stock exchage being both closed nn ac
count of All Paint s day, according to cus
tom. Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago Pt.
louls stock was made the obtect of nn un
pleasant demonstration of the thinness of
thn market and of the Indifference of the
deal.jiga. An order to execute the sale of
a single hundred-share lot of this stock
found tha market bare of bids above til,
although sales were made yesterdav at
71 and the bid at the closing last night
was 09. The 100 shares were (old. there
fore, at 61. Within half an hour another
wo shares were bought at t9 and there
were sales late at 70. Carelessness In the
execution of the order was claimed for the
errat c course of the stock, rathor than
any development bearing on value. New
York Central also was heavy during the
A rise In the pries of copper In London,
an Increase In October exports of the
metal and a decrease In tha European visi
ble supply in the two weeks to November
1 were Instruments! tn ralslntf the pries of
the coper Industrials. There was a rise
lu the call money rate to 41 per cent, the
highest for the fnll season. The subtreas
tiry withdrew cash from the banks again.
Foreign exchange rates decl.ned. Hate
for time loan were very firm. The ag
gressive advance in Canad an Puclfln to a
record price at wss A sustaining in
fluence on the general list.
Bond were steady. Total sales, par
United States bonds were unchanged on
Number of sales and loading quotations
On stocks were as follows:
Articles ! Open. I High. I Dow. Close. Yes y
upper lake region, whtue the weather la
considerably warmer. Cooler weather, In
the extreme northwest, accompanies the
western area of high pleasure, and the
eastward movement of thia high over the
central valleys, will bring cooler weather
to this vicinity tonight, and the outlook is
favorable for a temperature of about f reel
ing tonight, followed bv continued cool
Wednesday, with fair tonight and Wednes
day. Minimum temperature and prelpltatlon
compared with the last three years:
Dl.l. UMi. 10. 1907.
Lowest last night Hi W
precipitation .U .W .06
Normal temperature for today, 45 degrees.
Deficiency lu precipitation since March 1,
13. Mi iucliei.
Deficiency corresponding period In lflO,
J (i0 Inches.
Deficiency corresponding period in 1903,
L. A. WELSH. Local Forecaster.
subsidiary pller coin. Il.l'
--:. 1: total ba mice in
M7; minor run.
Nfw York Money Market.
NFW YORK, Nov.vl MONKY On ca'l.
strong at SM' per cent: ruling rate.
per cent, cUihK bid, 8 per cent; offered
at 4 per cent Time loan, very dull a id
firm: sixty day and ninety da s. 4!
per rent; six month. 4riM'V per cent.
rillMK MbRCANTlDK PAPKR-i''0
STli7RLINf KXCHANOB Stead.- at tht
decline, with sctnsi bulne' In honkers'
bil at fi :1Fmi1 i-216 for sixty day Ml. and
at 14 for demand; commercial bill. 3i.M
SILVER Par. ftc: Mexican dollars. 4c.
HONDS Oo eminent, steady; railroad,
Closing quota tiona on stocks and bonds
were aa follows:
I', n. rt. !. rf ...1'X lnt. M. M. 4s
6o coupon w Juran
V. S. In. rs
t . U rai
AUH-I hl (at ia
Am. As. to
Am. T. A T.
Am. Tobasce 4S
Armour Co. 4Ws
AtchLsoa sn. 4s.....
do ct. 4
At. (.'. U lu 4a....
Ilal. A Ohio 4a
'lo S. W.
Prk. Tr. cv. 4a
in. of ft. U
On. leather ba. . . .
of N. J. (. ..
Chew A Ohio 4W.
da nf. 6
( Jil.n,i A A. I ts.
C. B. A Q. 1. te.
do sen. 4
C H. I. A P
do rff. 4a...
i-'elo. InU. bm
Jl.. Mid. 4e
10144 K. C. So. 1t -
Ut L. S itrb. m It'll o
lltH U. A N. unl. 4 7
11 M. K. A T. Ut 4a... '
lit io sn i
l'"J Iso. Partne 4s 7TH
4 N. R. It. of M. HX
1"S H. Y. '. I. ' m
M do deb. 4 H4j
1 N. T . N. II. A H.
IK! CT 1WH
l'V N. A W. ist son. 4 tit
ST do c. 4s Hu'
t. Nn. Pultia 4 1"0
(in Is 71
. n. U ri.is ... H
Ht rnn. cv. is 1U.. M7,
liWH do con. 4 ln'1
MS Rcadina an. 4a ....ik
Bt U A E. t(. tc MS
'. 4.. T
OMAIIA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Values Twenty-Five to Forty
Cents Lower Than Week Ago.
HOGS TEN TO FIFTEEN LOWER
la the F.ast A re He
Prices Mere le
A re Lawtr l.la-
Official Mondnv ..
OMAHA. Nor. 1,
Cat I'm. 11 or
f. A. s. r. A
I). A H. ct. 4s.
l. A R. Q. 4a
do raf. 5
Kria f. I. 4a
du sen. 4a ,
do cv. 4. awr. A..
do aerlaa B
Oen. Kleo. er. 6....
III. Cen. let rat. 4a.
Int. Met. 4Se
do Ivn ce
Mi t. U S. W. c.
Mt ilo lat (old 4
4 Seaboard A. L,. 4
I '1 So. Pac. col. 4n.
a IHa VI do t r. 4a
c. 4a. 7414 do lt rf. 4. . .
I74 So. Hallway is...
T7 dn gen. 4
"H Vnton I'actfle 4a.
4Va "S do ct. 4i.
.... MS do lat A rt. 4a,
.... tH4 t'. . Rubtr a ...
.... Cw V. 9. SteeH 2J (a
.... 74i Va -i.'Aro. c'hem. aa.
.... tN'ahaKh itt ps
.... 75 do lit A ex. 4a..
A... 74 Wee tern Md. 4
.... 70 V, i. Klx cr. 6a.
147HWia. fntral 4....
fJiMo. Pac. ce ba...
. 1 '
Quotations furnished by Rums. Hrlnker
Nsw Omaha National bank
W 17 Va
84 SI 4S
4!,4 4V 's
track No. 3, too;
track No. t, ivt
8 H. I
St. I.00 Is General Market.
Lt'IS, Nov. 1,-WHKAT- Futures,
December. SmiiUlVc; May, iiio;
lower; track No. red, KTftKtHc; No. 3
CORN Futures, lower;
May. i; cash, steady:
. i iu 2 w a.ie. 4c u4ic.
I DATS Futures. hlsTher;
May, 'M'.-mc: 1 aeh, steady ;
3i'c; No. 2 white, 3iV4c.
RYK Weak. 7tlSc.
FLO V R Stead y ; red winter patent. 34 20
64.40; extra faucy and straisht. 3 Ici4.bj;
hard w inter clears. 33 8uHj.t.Nu.
tilOF.D Timothy. 3D.O0iuti.0.
C HtN.M HAL 3CJ.50.
BRAN Firm; Backed east track, :HMc
HAT Hteady: timothy, 313.004 14.00;
I'ROViyiONS Pork, unchanged; jobblns;,
3lS.no; lard, lower; prime steam, tll.Hbfii 12.00;
dry suit meats, unchanged; boxed extra
aiioiu, H,g; clear ribs, 11.-; short oleers,
lJcj bacon, uncbamred; boxed extra shorts,
lS'ic: cleir ribs UVc: short clears, l!f.rC.
POULTRY Firm; chickens, 10c; sprliiu,
10'ic; turkev l.V; duck. IV; geee. Inc.
PUTTER HiKher; creamery, na?io
Cash uuotations were as follows:
FLOUR Fasv; winter patents, 34.10U4W
winter stralnhts, 33Mu4 M: spring straights,
34 H W; bakers, lil.cnc 00.
It Y K No. 2, 7o.
HA11LWY Eeed or mixing. 564iu.c; lair to
cliolce maltiDK. "ni73c.
bKKDei Flax. No. 1 aouthw estern. 3150:
No. 1 uortbwestern, J.b3; timothy, 8i.0OiV
7.tt; clover, 314 .. .
PROVISIONS Mees pork, ter bbl., 31i.W
17.fah l.rd, per W0 lba. Jil 8iS. bhort
ribs, frtdBS (loosct. 310 uwU lo.KVi- abort
clear aid os (boxed) 3IO.7cryll.oO.
Total clearances of wheat and flour
were equa. to frN.OOV bushels. Primary re
ceipts were 7M,i bunhels, coin.ared with
LtvtlOuO Bushels the corresponding day a
year ago. Katlntated receipts tor tomor
row: wheat. 84 cats; torn, IKS cars; oats,
133 cars; hos, 2.VO0O head.
Chicago cash pi ice Wheat : No. t red,
ei4utc; No 8 ivd. lii:'lSi ; No. I hard.
aiVbtVse; No- l'-"'d, Ki-Vic; No. 1
uortheni, pr nir, ll.nl '.jl.08; No. 3 north
ern spring, lu No. 3 spring, tteiii 41.VO.
Corn: No. 8 cusu. 4JH'ii , rso. a caau, j- a
SiWic; No. 8 wliliu. !'lo j""'! No. 3 while,
: lirVU No. 8 yellow, OoU.iOc; No. 3 uS'irLV
yeiow, itliwc- Oat: No. 2 cash. 31114,141
fcc: No. 8 while, W't:'! I wime, M.'
... T.M0 U.fiOO
... SJ.KUt 3S.i
... 7.')00 84,000
Minneapolis tiralu Market.
MINNKAI'OI.IS, Nov. lWHKAT De
cember, WVtji'S'Sc: 'Hy- $14': No. 1 hard,
ll.OSa; No. 1 northern. 81.01102: No. 2
northern, 7Vicj3l-oO: No. 3 white. U-'tl
1'LAX Closed at 3J.60S.
CORN No: 3 yellow, 4l'c.
DAIS-No. 3 white, 3lVe31c.
RYFj-No. 1. 74CT76C.
RtlAN lu K-pounil a.u ka. tlX.OufTK Tfl.
FLtJUR Leading local patents, 34 tV'aJ.S0;
country patents. 34X.ij6.ao; first cliaas,
IJ.4uu3.i5i second clears, 32.UX71.
Philadelphia Prodaca Market.
rillLADFLPHIA, Ta., Nov. 1 RUTTKR
-Firm; exira western creamery. 33c;
extra nearby prlnta, 34c.
CHKESB-i4it'',': New York full oraama,
fancy, Bcpxembei, Ml'-r" New Y irk nearby,
New York ':r 10 good, t.ictober,
Allla-Oialmars ptd 1K
Amalgamated Coiper 17.TO0
American Aarli ultural .... 1.W0
Amarlcan baal Snar 4wl
Amorloan Can 4,M
Amartcan C. A F oo
Ornerlcwn (Wton Oil ano
American H A L. jjfd.... 10
Am. lea Semirltiaa
Amerloaa 8. A R
Am. 8. A R. tfd
Am. Steal Koundnea
Am. Suaar Heflnins...M..,
Amarlcan T. A T
Amartcan Tobacco pfd
Anaconda Mlntns Co
Atiantla ot Um
B HI mora s Ohio
Breoklyn rUpId Tr
("antral Leather pfd
'antral of New Jaraay
rbsaapaake A Ohio....
Chicago A Alton
Cbicaso 0. W., new
O. O. W. pfd
Ohli A N. W
C. at. A t. P
V., O.. C. A t. L
Colorado r. A I
Colorailo A Southern
Ilawar A HudHon
Denver A Itto Grande
n. A R. O. pfd
Dlatlllara' Secui Itlaa
Kria lat pfd
Brla 2d pfd
Uraat Nortliern Pfd
Urcnt Nort hern Ore ctta. . . .
Int. Mat. pfd
International Harreater ...
Int. Marina pfd
Kanaaa City Southern
K. '. 80. pld
UiiilaTtlla A N
Minn. A St. Louts
M.. St. P. A 8. 8. M
M., K. A T
M., K. A T. pfd
NtM. nl Biscuit
N. R. R. e( M. 3d pttl
Naw York UafitraJ
N. Y., 0. A w
Norfolk A Waatern.
P., C, C. A Ut. L
Plllaburg l eal
Pn-aard Btnl Oar
Pullman Palaoe Car
Railway tUaai Spring
Uapublla 8teel pfd
Rook Inland Co
Kork lalalid Co. pfd
. L. A i. K. 3d ft
ft. Lou 1 a I. W
t. L. . W. pfd
ftlaM-RhafTlald S. A 1
So. Railway P'd
'fetaa A Paiaflc
T., St. U A W
T.. Pt. U A W. pfd
t'nlon Paitrio 'l
t'nlted ittre Healiy ,
I'nilad Statea lluboer
t'nlted (Satca Steal
V. S. Stael pfd
Va. -Carolina Chamlcal ....
W etam Maryland
Waattiishoui P.lactrto ...1
W'haellng A L. B. .
Total aalae tor tfe day.
4O0 !' 14
A Co., 443
Boyd County warrants
C'ty of Omaha 4s. 1A)
Oty National Hldf. 4a. 110
Colorado Tl. o. 7 par cant
I'olumhua. Neb., S. K 16M
letra t killaon 5a, JKl
Detroit bulled Ry. 4S. IMS
Fatrnmnt Cniury lat a. 6 per cant.
(ierinan Flra ma. Co
Hardy, Neb. (municipal) fta
Hrdnuillc Preaacd Brick pfd
Iowa Portland l enient lat 4a
Kanaaa U. A P. 1 par ot prd, Wichita
Kanaaa City K. A L. 5a. 1H3
Long Hall l.uinoer 4a,
Lawrence Co., H. D., 6a. Ill
Nvhrafka (Nance co.l war. 8 per cant
Morrla A Co. 4la, lulu
Omaha Water Aa, 1916
Omaha Water lt pfd
Omaha Viator 2d prd
Omaha A C. B. St. Ky. pfd 4 per cent
Omaha A C. H. St. By. f, 1MI
Omaha Uaa 6a. JS1T
Omaha (Ma 4a, 1114
St. Loula, city, 4a
aiil, HI 14
Two days this week .. .51. 813 o.? c.7l3
Paine daya last week....31,''4 7,'.'tl H7.4o
Bame days 2 weeks ago. .2VS t."S0 lcs.343
Fame days 3 weeks ago. .ts.Tti R.7?7 li 44
bailie dayit aeekc ago..23.4H6 .!' 77.3x0
Sam daya Inst eyar H.IMi 8.n7T
The following table show tn receipts
of cattle, boss and sheep at South Omaha
for the year to date as compared with last
year: mo iuo. Inc. Dec.
Cattla 1.03X.KS.-, 18.78 113,077
Hoge 1.443. 928 l,M)7.47r 248.M7
Sheep 3.640,15 1..VW.4H0 673,804
Tha following table shows the averaga
prices of hogs at fcouth Omaha for the last
several daya, with comparisons.
Dates. I mo. 130.l,,;13i'7.190.l!Y.ll3t.
8 40 in
3 n 4 1
W F.ST K UN 3 N KHIWSKA
41 feeder, .ln-3
13 feeder.. ..'.
.'4 feeders.. -V
12 tint "
13 calve. .
3 i. .
I cows M 3 HO
1 calves . . li'4 8 W
Mlllriale Cattle Co. Neb.
l.i 1 t e la..
13 Steers .
li cows. . ,
r..: com . .
1J I e'd 1 s . . ,-i
4!l feeder .
i'M f-ctl. r .11 k
I". CIAS ssi
I. calves... 2Sj
14 cows 7t 3 3) cows..
li bulls lis) IUI Scons..
r . hides -.N eh.
13 cows v0
3 cows. . . . 773
I feeders.. A
11 steers. ..
33 COWS Hf-4
141 heifers.. 7o
70 feeders.. 910
12 betters... fti
11 calves... a.4
43 feeders.. o43
Uct. .111? 1 7 ui a 1 5 Ml II 131 8 111 E M
Oct iiii. . . Si.l 7 6K I Ml 8 46, 3 13! 4 4 t OS 41 calves.
Uct. 37... 8 ''; 7 Ml 6 80 3 13) 4 Mi t 01 IS cows...
Oct. 2S... 8 ., 1 S3. 5 5"i KM 4 K 4
Oct. 21t... fh 7 be.' t H)t t IS! 8 131 4 W Crows...
Oct. 30... 7 70 6 5 6 06 i 4 34 jOcows...
Oct. 31... I 01 I I 3 W I 8 5l 6 03 , 4 St.' 4 B2 . 1 calves.
Nov. 1... 7 87 j 7 2 j s 61 8 06 4 84 4 84 a) calves.
I IS cows...
I 15 feeders
3 o cor, a ,
3 00 7 cows..
4 14 cows
, W IK
M. Gentry A Bon Neb.
bCO 6 fc'. I f ecd'rn
J. H Kuchelrr- Neb
,123a 5 4 heifers
K4 3M ifi CUM
IM IN 4 calves...
August Kline Neb.
, V60 4 60 4 vows
Dan Onay Neb.
18 4 46 17 cons
Nicholson Rros. Neb.
14 6 10
l-.ftHtburu aV Reed Neb.
..!: 3 .10 34 cow s
3 70 43 heifers ...
1 olson Wyo.
6 ( r-5 heifers...
8 40 14 cow
8 CO 13 feeders..
ki4 4 ..' 8 cow s
818 8 Mi 12 cows
I. A. Brown Wyo
.ltrro 4 33
10 cows "18 3 25
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union Stock Yards, South Omaha, for
twenty-four hours ending at 3 P- m., Tues
Cat. Hogs. Sheep. II r .
C, M. A Bt. p.
Missouri T'nclflc 2
Union Pacific 72
C. & N. V., east i
C. A N. W., west.... 63
C, Bt. P., M. A O. ... 7
C U. A W , east 2
C, H. A W., west 16T
C., R. 1. f.. east.. K
C, H. 1. Ac H west.. 1
Chicago Ureat VS est,. 4
Total receipts 3;;: 50 129
1I9 POSIT ION HEAD.
New York Mining; Mocks.
SEW YORK. Nov. 1. Closing quota
tions on mining stocks were:
Allr 360 I.lttle Chief 10
Com. Tunnel stock.. SI Mexican 118
ilu .imp. II Ontario I'JS
Can. Cal. A Va Its) Oritur lltt
llnrn Bllror IT Standard 4.',
Iron Sllvar 18 Vol low Jacket H
Leadvlll Con 10
London Money Market.
LONDON. Nov. 1 ..-8IL.VKR liar, dull at
3u Ui-Hid per ounce.
MONEY 4frl"4j per cent.
Discount rates: Short bills, 44 per cent;
three months' bills, 4 per cent.
Holiday on the stock exchange.
OMAHA. Nov 1. Bank clearing; for
spondlng date fast year, 32.tVU.02o.i!2.
spoding datel ast year, 32,441,020.62.
100 I1414 l4 104,
OMAIIA WHOLES At. PHICE9.
BUTTER Creamerj'. No. 3, delivered to
the retail trade In 1-lb. cartons, S3c; No. 2,
In 80-lh. tubs, 81c; No. 3. in 1-lb. cartons,
30o; packing stock, solid pack, 31Vo; dairy,
In 80-lb. tubs, . 23U'24c Market changes
CHEESE Twins, 17fH"Hc: Young Amer
icas, 18'c; daisies, 174,'ilttc; triplets, Mo;
llmburger. lKc; No. 1 brick, lSitflSc; Im
ported Swiss, Sic; domestic Swiss, B4o;
block Swiss, 22c.
l'OLT.TRY Dressed broilers, undnr 2 lbs.,
8T..O0 dog.; over 2 lbs., 14c; hens, 10c; cock,
Itiiyc; duck. lSc; geese, loc: ttirkevs, 2iic;
plg' ns, per do., 31.20; homer squaba, per
dos., 84.00: fancy sriuabs, w r doz., 3:i.&0; No.
1. per dot., 33.00. Alive: Rrollwrs. 15c; over
I - ioh., ii'i iiiwin, 11c; 01a roosiers, (c; 01a
,,? ducks, full feathered. Ho; geese, full feath
l4ii ; ered. 10c; turkeys, 18c; guinea fowls, 20c
S4i,i each; plueona, per do,, tWc; homers, per
',uo,, i.i.tw; shuhi., o. 1, per dog., 31.50;
No. 3, per U01., 60c.
FISH (all frozen) Pickerel, 12c; white
fish, 18c; pike. 15o; trout. 14o; large orup
pietf. 20c; Spanish mackerel, 15c; el, lHo;
haddock, 13c; flounders, 13c; green catfish,
Kc; roe shad, $1.00 each; shad roe, per pair,
1C0; froe; legs, per doa., 50c; salmon, 13c;
REEK CUTS Ribs: No. 1
Omaha Paoklng Co
Swift and Company
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour & Co
IiHnton, Van B. Iush.
Hill & Son
F. B. I-ewls
Huston e Co
.1. ti. Ruot ft CO
J. U. Bulla
I, . Wolf
II. F. Hamilton
Mo. & Kan. -Cal. Co
Kline & C
Paisley ft B
Cotton Sc Co Wvo.
pv, 3 Co 13 heifers... KM 3 70
!- 3 20 tf calves... W 3 75
320 5 77, 31 calves... 378 6 00
3M 4 M
J. U Marlon a D.
7;,s 8 !;. 14 cows $X i 85
370 4 46
HOOS With eastern markets witlng
lower values, continued deollti'-s In hog
prices st this point today did not surprise
the trade very much. Moderate receipts
were Ignored by both packers and nhlppera
and movement was rather dull from the
tart at figures 10"ilic lower than those of
bulk of offerings moved around 7.7.Vij7 .851.
good heavies bringing 37.77 So and round
and extreme grades selling at the bottom
of the lint. Trade was more or less un
even, of course, as the spread In values Ik a
little wldec this Week than It was at last
The proportion of light weights on sale
was very meager, nothing cliolce arriving
with which to make a representative top
New crop animals are rather scarce at all
points, as growers figure that chee.p corn
warrants long finish. The beat price paid
for full loads this morning was $S.2.". but
prime bttcon grades would riouhtle move
s round 33 40, a unall piece of a load reach
ing this figure, (loud mixed liox suffered
the average decline, prices ranging around
While tire break In the local market thus
far this week has been severe. It will be
noted that condition at other points are
equally bearish. Current tales are about
a quarter lower than those of Saturday,
:iv vn la:uh. f.-.d' i .-tills K 4 N
.wV. YYvnmma lltnih. fei!ers 4i 8 oci
i '4 v emu, at culls 1 :-0
.14 nilllllK ctt.S feeder"
H 111 lnvhs feeib r .'. I 84 4
'Ml loll. Ills' IS'lihs. fee,l,' .... 44 8 4i
J.-'l 1 lOTllllS iMllll'S. l,-IOlS W ft 0
I i i.i'iliit boob, f' cdi i s . 4W
3.0 oiiiuii, lai'ibs. feeders M ft W
(IIK tdll I.IVR STOCK M4HK3JT
Demand for All t lars of Mocst U
('HH'AiKI. Nov. I. 4'ATTL,rC Receipts,
.tV; n arkct dui sti.l enk; Peeves. 14 4i
J : Texas steers. 8.1 .o n, western steer.
4.0ivu8 "o. stockers sn.l fi edeis. 34IUnA3e;
cow a and heifer. $2 1!V2 ; calves. 37 ftOr
lioc.s-Re, elpt. 18.t0). mnrket weak, 10
to 15c lower than yesterday's average;
light. I U4iw.ki: mixed. 37-7tTi.); heavy,
7AaoA4i; rotiklt, 87.Jo1)7 !: aood to chotca
heavv, V .NWow : pig. $7.fiu8 45; bulk of
rales! 7 o.V1iS.
SHEEP AND I.VMR.'l-Re.elptS. 40000;
mnrket wnik: native, 3-' tiou-t :: weatern,
$2.ttt4H 30; yeariina, 4 JOifn 40; lambs)
(native). 34.7.'tiiu.b.i. western, 84. Xtf ..
Kan City live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, Nov 1 CATTt.K Re
ceipt. 3.0H0 head, Including & head south
erns; cornftHl steers weak to Ko lower;
Olhwr ci'ttle stion: rlrtrd beef and es
pot t steers, ft.: !.: fair to (toon.
8 00; western steers. 3.S.:i: stockers and
feeder. 33..r,OJi6 2; southern steers. 38.7V(
5 20. southern cons. t2.7at4 80; native cows.
$. .& 4; native l.elffts. $4.ikti8.25; bulls,
$,t MWfl ttt; calve. $4rS.M.
IHMJS-Rerelpts, 7,3 head: market. 1M
V, loner; bulk of sales, 3r.7.v08.4": heavjr,
r.7Mi'8 (: packers and butchers, 8v0ojj8 4ft;
light, 33 jrvjix MV
SHEEP AND lAMRrt-Recelpt. .0n
head; market strong; lambs, 8.8fcitV3.r;
vesrling. $4.2Mi4.,o; wethers. 33 swa-l o;
ew e. 3.l.2fi4 iM); stockers and feeders, 31.79
Ho; No. 2,
17Vgo; No. 2,
. 'c; No.
1. 9c; No. 2,
to; No. 2,
l.noe lsi 1114 i:t44 I2c; No. 3, 8V,c. l,oln: No. 1,
3uu m lii4 loan. iav,c; No. 3, Kc. Chuck: No.
""luo 'aVu 'mil aou. No' S' - RounU: No.
... .ff M Vc; No. 8, 7o. Plate: No. 1,
1GS Oc, 1W. O, U74.
it, 1 ERUITHOranges: California Valencia,
S,.i 16314 1HH l i'n'Fc-od sizes, per bog, 86.50; rti size, per box,
8''i 3.",. Umoni: I.iiiumlara, extra fancy, sou
n4 size, per cox. aa; oou size, per cox, ia; choice,
300 wise, per box, 37.bv; 00 in, er box,
, 3,'. 50; 240 size, 600 por box less. Bananas:
CATTLE) There was another liberal run
of cattle here today with a comparatively
small proportion of oornfed ateera. The
market preeenla no very new or startling
features and for the most part native cattle,
sold In about the same notches as on yes
terday or from 2iVjj4dc lower than a week
stto. Demand for cornfed beeveg Is very
limited at present, owing to the demoralised
conditions at each of the markets. On
the other hand there was a good inquiry
from all sources for the desirable western
range beeves and prices were generally well
sustained on anything of this kind. With
the markets full of poultry and game at
this season of the year tha popular demand
Is practically confined to the lighter and
cheaper kinds of beef.
There was a better demand and a consid
erable market for cows and heifers ana
trade waa active from start to finish. Sup
pile were not overly liberal nor was the
quality anything extra aa a rule, but out
side orders were larger and local packers
also seemed to take more Interest lo this
branch of the business. Practically all
grades of butcher and beef stock sold a
little stronger than yesterday and tha offer
ings changed hands In very good season.
Business In stockers and feeders was
rather dull. Country demand has fallen off
very considerably of late and as supplies
have continued liberal the stuff has shown
a tendency to accumulate In speculators
hands. For the most part Oeairarjia oirer
ings of all weights commanded firm flg
urra and nn the general run of light to
medium stuff the trend of values was
lower and trade slow throughout.
tjuutailons on native cattle: uooa xo
Choice beef steers, 4n.o0r(7.2o; fair to goou
beef steera. Sn.aOCai.MI; common to fair beef
steers, 34.26&.3f; good to choice cows and
heifers. 34. 2.10. iw; rair to gooa cows anu
heifers. 33.404.00; common to fair cows
and heifers. 32 7:u 3. 40; tooii to choice stock-
era and feeders, 84.&OJ! !..,(,; lair 10 goou
stockers and feeders. J4 .0044 4.60; common
to fair Blockers ana feeuern, ,i.wa.i.Bv,
stock heifers, 83.00v4.25; veal calves, tS.vUu
7.W); bulls, stags, etc., 33.Ant4. ,e.
yuoiatlon on rnnxe cattle: Choice tc
nrime beeves. 6.0tit.75: good to Cholct
beeves, 3!.44.8.0O; lair to good beevea, 34. 00
(35.25; common to fair beeves, 83.7014.40;
good to choice heifers, 34.OOuj5.00; good to
choice cows. 34.0trii4.(t6: fair to good cowa,
ti. Witi. 00; canners. 32. 703. 50.
No. At. Sh. Pr. No. A. n. r-r.
M tii ... 7 SO M m NO 7 s
16 $74 ... 7 4 69 i4 41) 7 W
4 1S 4 7 70 6b (0 7 M
1 M4 ... 1 70 67 3"! 40 7 H
67 Mil ... 7 7t4 t: nn in
14 Ml ... 7 1 6 Sf,i to IM
63 8S3 ... 7 7 6,1 lit IM 1 tn
44 kvt ... 7 :t 6s as ti tn
87 4 ... 7 74 61 3HS ... 7
67 310 ... 7 M 6 764 7 1
60 3M 2"0 7 70 61 J77 ljn 7 6
63 U W 7 ' 4 t8 1 30 7 M
11 800 ... 7 70 II anS ... 7 (l
M (17 40 7 M 67 i0 Jai 1 16
... 103 I4tt T 10 44 Mil 130 7 5
41 Dot 130 7 40 . ... I t:0
611 114 ... 1 10 36 t4( ... 8 00
3.1 3 ... 7 tn ;i a4i ... 1 or,
40 Soft 30 7 M M SO I in
67 00 w HI JO J7 ... 8 1(1
7 K2 40 7 (to 44 i' ... I J5
87 !77 240 7 W
PIOS. ODDS AND ENDS.
1 loO ... 7 00 1 il ... 7 36
St. I. on Is I. Ire stock Market.
ST. MUMS, Nov. 1. CATT I. K Receipts,
8 4iJ head, including J.i'aO liead Tesans;
market steady to loc lower; native shipping
and export steer. $? r.Vrj7.W; dreed beef
and butcher steer. 8o.7blr7.7n; steer under
l.ootf pound, $:.(-u7.75; stockers and feed
ers. $:t j4i" 2e; cows and heifers. t3.ift"j7.M;
dinners. 3l.7r.11.1f: bulln. 33 -Vito.OO; cslves.
t.VtttV M: Texas and Indinn steers, 84,B0(J
7. (11. cows and heifer. 33 7.V(i 4.36,
HOOS-Recelpt. head; market. 10it
1,V lower: pin snd lights, 3 t0uH.7'; pack
ers, 3 0i)8.S0; butcheers and best heavy,
SHEEP AND IJVMRS Receipts, 2.W4J
head; market steady; native muttons, 33.TS
di4 2f,; lamb, 85.2,vin', 75: culls and bucks,
$J.6OJjl00; Blocker, $2.Nt"it.;.
St. Joseph 3.1V Htoek Market.
BT. JOSF.PH, Nov. 1 CATTLJ0 Receipts
slow: steers. 14 MKa'7 00:
JJ.So'ifi.tO; calves, 33.W
HtxtrV-Receipt K.000 head;
2.V lower; top, 8.ti; bulk of
PHKKP AND I.AMH8 Receipts 4,603
head; market stead.v ; iambs, (4.6oUw8t.
Stock In Maht.
necelpts of live stock at tha five prin
cipal western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Fheep.
South Omaha H.WO 8.2nO (8S.709
St. .losepli 3.000 ti.000 4.5O0)
Kansas Cltv 22.000 7,2o0 e,nt
St. Iuls S.tOO 8,!Vii0 2.ur
Chicago 3.000 ls.OOo 40,009
Totals 52,300 43.900 89,108
32c; No. 4 whlto.
crraine 1es, !4'j30c
; fust. 2t,c;
I.,US Steady: recelpis 8 i0
uiark. case Included, IS'ilViC
prlnis flrats, c.
POUITHY Steady; turkejs,
''ct'EEilSteady ; tlal'les, ir-TTiRUc; twins,
14fll4s,'i yo'".g Americas. E'tylo'tt; long
,l Vr?AlSielad'v, 50 to fc lb. wts.. 3910c'
M to 80 lb. wis. Ktlllc; so to 110 Ih wis.,
Carlot Receipt Wheat, 63 cars: corn, 417
cars; cata. 2M vara. Estimated tomor
r,.w ; Wheat, 34 cars; corn, iaH cars; oats,
Kansas Clly Urala mm Trovlsloaa.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. L-WHEAT IX
ceuibrr b.S,'0,;c bid; May, u'J-'r'.
era: cash, uiohangel to i.ile Higher
2 hard, kSSnoc; No. 3, ;Vy'Ji
I-4HI, SliilWu; No. 3. l.vlc.
-iJitN D:cmber, 4iwc. arllurs; Msy.
47,c; cash, unchanged to c higher; No.
2 mixed 47ae; No. 8. 47'u47Hc; No. 2
white. 47t)47',c; No. 3, ,S-i4,c.
OATH I'mharged: t No. 2 white, S2Vc;
No. 2 mixed. jn'j'iilVic.
RYK-No 1. J.'iiTac.
11 A Y I nchanged ; chilli's timothy, HS.50
t14ou: choice prairl. IllootiU.uo.
RL'TTE It Creamery . 2x;; firsts, 2ocj
4n.l 4c; lacking stock, 31 Sc.
Ei JO- Extras, 27 Sc; firsts. S:
Wheat, bushels "I l."A)
Corn, bunhel 23 o0 "tl
Oat, tuahrls S.OuU 14,000
I Ifrrpcul (wis Market.
I.IVFRrOCI.. f.oy. 1. WHEAT r5 put
dull; No. 8 reu western winter. 110 stock;
future steady; December, (is loftd; March,
tia 11 ''. Mav, nominal.
COii.N' l-.aiy; Amern-an mixeJ 4s 7d;
futtucs steady; January. 4s 3d; February,
PEORIA, Nov. 1. CORN Higher; Nr. 3
yellow, 4Sc; No. 3 yellow, 4fo; No. 2, 4c;
No 8 4c; No. 4. 47c
OAT5 I nrhanned; No. 3 white. 32"4e; No.
3 wlilte, 8lVeiUSc; No. 4 white, SfHte;
Mllwaskc Grata Market.
MH.WArKEH. Nov. L FLOP R Dull.
WHEAT No 1 nortliern, tl.03'ii 1.04; No.
3 northern. 11.01 (rl.lfe; December, 8iS'U$lSo.
BARLEV Sample, ttfc'TSo.
:iata Batter Market.
EL.OIN, HI.. Nov. 1. Through an error
the quotation on bu ter waa ulien yeatetday
at 31ViC. The correct quoiatiuu Is -c;
Osaaka llir Market.
OMAIIA. Nov. 1 HAY No. 1 kplxnd.
Ill.tai; Nr. 3 upland, 83.00: packing. 3ou0,
alfs (a. Il2.fi straw: Wheat. 34.00; rye.
.. no; oats, 33.00.
" r no
Ji1 I Fancy select, per bunch, 32 2oi2.50; Jumtio!
bunch, 33 7w3.i5. Pears: New York Kelfer,
per bbl., 14. ou; t-amurnia winter ivellls.
tii 'per Hi'" alio; cmuuriua winter rveius, per
mi box, 32.00. Apples. Home-grown cooklntf,
xJl !cr bbl., 3.5o4.(4; Mlasuurl Jonsthan and
liruiies uui'jrii, ri ,0, Atnaauuri (ten
1 Ha via tier bbl.. 3.1.50: Missoml Wl ,,.,,..
ier bbl.. 34.00: Missouri Gano, per bbl. t.'i ;r,'
other varletlea, per bbl., 84; Colorado Jna
pox, ti.fo: (aiiro:nla
400 IIS 4w
Doatoa stocks anal Bonda.
ROSTON. Nov. 1. Closing: quotations on
BreaAatalfe at Llyeruool.
UVtRPOiJIU Nov. 1 The following are
too stocks of breadatuffs and provisions In
lJverpuui: Flour. 1. '0 rttki; wheat. 8 24V
WJ vatilais. uoru, (4.tAA cantala; ba,u.
Tarpaatlaa asd Roala Market.
PA VA NMAH, Nov. 1. T 1" RPE N TI N P
Finn; Vt.'.c, a a lea, T4 bids ; receipts, HO
bbls. ; shipments, 503 bbls; stocks, 20.3i
ROSIN Finn; receipts, 8.131 bbls.; ship
ment. 3.3H3 bbls.; stocks, 73.2g bhls ; s&les,
1.3a6 blda. Quoim: B, D, and E. ftr, 37S""i 6'
F, 3So:i.w'; O. 3f.lji4.a; H, 8 00; I, 3S.ii;
K. H4ti; U 88.501 N, 84 7, W. ., 8;.Joi
W. W.. T it.
A .. U A 8...
Anion dan. ..
U A C. C. A 8.
Ri:tte Cballtun ....
Cal. A AHztHia
l ot. A llevll
t'oper Hanga ('. C.
F.st Butt C. X
tilroui ( n
Uraane Cnanea ....
late siovaia trppr.
La. Salla Cnser
. 4 Met.awk
. 71,14 Nera.la Con
. i Nilriln Mines ..
. in Soitli Biitta
. "4 Nortli lk
. l .S Ola Dominion
. ll't (seola
. 61 aranolt . A C...
.6:.', qiin' y
. la Bi annon
. 71 '4 Superior
. S Sur.- A B. M.,
. 11 V Superior A P. C. .
. 714 Tainaraek
. t;,1, l'. S. 8. K. A M.
. 714 do pfd
. U t'tah Owi.
. SH t'tah Copper Co.o. .
. s&mj Winona
. 1" Wolvof ti ,
. . 4oi 4
. . Tli
few York Cark Market.
The following quolationg are furnished
bv lx ran tc Bryan, members New York
Stock exchange, 315 South Sixteenth street,
Hay Stats Oaa 34 Inaplratlon 8 16-14
nuateo ( ana T lroaa 4 If, 14
Bulla Coalition 1H Karata Oona
Csctisl 81 Navhouaa 1:,
trima 3"tlhto Cvupar 1 4
Chief Oona 14( I-.ia.1l l. CaUtlon... 6
Frarlton l.S UF (antral IS
Iwralialy I Salft Fk. o l'
l.iy (antral tr Frara itoat.uik Co . .VI
Eif Cna t Silver Pl.-a Isj
rif Wltrh 16 Su,rtnr A Pitta I.04
Frwnilla HSfjmwii Mln ng 104
Cieeiia tTrtlllly (otpar....
O'linfield Flo ran, -a. . . IS North Laiaa
(.linld Palar I Uohrmla
Urarna t.'snanva 7l4ti;tLar -
WASHINGTON. Nov. l.-The condition of
the treasury' t the tiealnnlng of business
P'day was as follows:
Trust Fundi -(rtid coin, t&..W!J; silver
dollara. 8kfs ii(i.vjo; sliver dollars of Usa),
:t 618 n; silver certlflcalea outstanding,
Ceneral Fund Standard sliver dollars in
reneral fund. 3i33 22,'; curruiit lisbllltles,
il4.axi.800: working balance In treasury
offices. I'.l 17c 5-4. In banks to ere,lit of
treasurer of the t'nlted States, ftJB.tUt.B,
than, ter box. 31. To; (allfOinia tlrav.n.
stein, per box, 22.10; California Helleflov, ur
per box, l.u; Warblngton Grimes Goldeu
and Jonatiiau, extra fancy, 88 to 135 a!xe.
per tiox. 8:' 25. Grapes: California Tokay,
per crate, (1. 40, Con. ord, Michigan and New
York, per S-lb. bi-k., 3"o; iaalaca. 00 tj 66 II, a
groas. per k' g, 3I006'0 .70. Cranberries: Per
box, 32 50: per bbl., 3;.75; Jersey, per bbl
80. Iiaies: Anchor brand, new, 30 1-lb
pkgs. l-i box, per box, li. FIks: Now Cali
fornia, 13 12-ox. pka-s., r,c; sa 13-os. pkgs
12 2t; "Nirklsh. T-crown, per lb., 16u; 6-uxown'
per lb-, 14o. (julnces: Per box. 31.43.
VB 1KTABL.ES Potatoes: Early Ohio In
sacks, per bu., Sc; Iowa white atuok, per
bu., 8flc. Sweet l'otatoea: Virginia, per
bbl.. 32.00. Onion: Iowa, small red and
yellow, per lb., 2c: Spanish, per crste, l a
C.irllc: Extra fancy, v.lilte, pr r lb v,,.i
red, jer lb., lo. E:g I hint: Fancy Florida'
per Hoi., i- t'ii'ij. niiciiigan, per d,,
bunclic. 3C.c. lti.tahagas: per lh., iuc
Cucumbers: Hot huuse, u, and 2 dug , ,,mi
U. 3125 " 1
per Hi., lc. Totnatoea: per 1 sk 3-;'
String and Wnx Heans: Per mkt. bsk ' 7rlc'
I-ttuce: Extra fancy leaf, ,,rr dog 4;,0'
Parsley; Fancy home-grow 11. per flog'
hunches, Jo.'. Turnips: l'er mkt. I,k., ? ;'
Carrots: l'er mkt. bk., 40o. Beets: pVr
u,kt bak.. S.c.
MlSCEEI.NEOI'-Waltiuts: Blaek i,ar
(b., 2c; California No 1, per lb.. kC- ra,.
fornla No. 2. per lb.. 14c. Hickor'vnuts
lrge. per lb., 4'; an, all, per lb., Cc. Cocoa
nut: Per sack. 35 .5n; per rlox., rtoc. Honey
New, 24 frame. 33 65. Cider, New York'
per S bbl., 3S.:
NKW TORK. Nov. 1 XrTT( N-Bpot
olosed quiet and unchanged: middling up
lrtr.,1 14 .Joe; huddling gulf, 14.80c; rales,
Futures cloaed very steady; cloa'ng bids'
November. 14 2;c; December. 14 4Jc; Janu
ary. 14 K-; February. 14 4 : Marc h 14 air-
April, 14.40c; May. 14.4.",c; June, 14.12c; Julv'
ST It'Ii, N.v. l.-COTTON-Steadv;
middling. 14S- Sales, none; receipts, 3 6!
la)ea; ghlpn, cuts, 3 4 hch-is; Hock. 3 UH
Furnlahed bv Eoran A Rnran. members
New Tork Cotton eichanse. su South Six
eenth street, umaha. Neb.
DTO( rv 1 I '4
Ifl I 78
I 86 1
8 70 6
11 tit 4 04
SHEEP A dull close In feeder sheep and
lambs yesterday gave promise to a slack
demand and lower pr.ee this morning,
early trade bearing out this forecast. Re
ceipts were liberal, the bulk consisting of
feeders from western ramies, but country
attendance was small and yard brokers
backward. Very little business was
transacted during opening hours, various
scattered sales Indicating a weaker mar
ket on feeder sheep and an unevenly lower
trade In feeder lambs. The flechy kinds
of feeder lambs suffered less than light
and thin grades, of course, us the former
class of stock attracts more or less com
petition from packers. Strings suitable
for short finish went hack Into the coun
try around 86.76, while common and In
ferior offerings ranged between $4.2fi'ti15.So.
Good, fot sheep were wanted, however,
and prices ruled generally steady all along
tha line. Hangs wethers sold at 34 00. wit h
extra choice ones quotable at 34.10ft 1.16,
Fed wethers. If well finished, would prob
ably sell around 84 2S, but nothing very
toppy In the way of fed stuff arrived. Fat
ewes of good quality are still hovering
around the 33 60 mark. Fat yenrllni; were
scarce, anything good moving readily at
well sustained figures.
Fat lambs sold at firm prices, a relatively
light supply serving to check the raid In
values started yesterday. Westerns that
topped at 86.50, yesterflrty went at 3000 with
a little Isrrer sort. Fair to good string
brought ftl.l0i)4.3S, according to quality and
weight. Demand waa reasonably active
from all quarters.
In view of the fact that the feeder out
put this fall was the largest In the hlstnrv
of the trade, the scarcity of half-fed stock
ot market at present reflects considerable
credit upon the corn belt flnShers it Is
the only wise policy, of course, as ship
ments that come back showing a "blue sky
and blue grass" finish are sure to sell
little higher than fredera or common kill
ers. Quotations on rises stock: flood to
rhoice lamhs. t'l.ar.'uti.rto; fair to good lambs,
KUi'M JC; feeding lambs. 4.2Mi5.i0; hnmly
weight yearilnir. 34 SOjS 25: heavy year
lings, 34. (Ay, SO; feeder ycarllnc. 34 3
6.15: good to choice wethere, W.Wxfi 4.15; fair
to good wethers, 33 .f,8.9ii; feeding weth
ers, 33u04(3i0'. breeding ewes, 84.00rR.Vl:
fat ewes, 33.2Mi3.7S; feeding ewer, 32.!tf
3.1f: tenners. 31.50 2 26.
IS fed lambs ,
304 I'tah lambs
i'tilrifihi) lamb, feeders ,
3"0 Idaho lambs, feeders
it-'lo Idaho lambs, feeders
lo7 IrSho ev?. . ...
3F0 I'tah lambs, feeder
?44 ('tab. lambs, feeders
v8 I'tah lambs, feeders
2;.0 I'tah ewes, feeder
S.S Wyoming lambs, feeders
NEW YORK, Nov. l.-M RTAL.S Stan
dard copiH-r. quiet; spot and future, 812. 4UJ
12.05. Ixindon, firm; spot, 57 7s 6d; future,
tVi3 7 0,1. lke, locally, 12,87S130t: eleo
trolvtlo, 312.7f.1il2.K7S. And casting, IliSTStf
12 62S. Tin, firm: spot and futures, 81.47
to 8i.75; London, firm; spot. 1167 6s; futures,
flii7 Um. Lead, quiet, 34.Hi4.&n. New York;
84 27SH4 32S. East St. Eouls; London, spot.
I S 5s. Spelter, firm; IS.80fl5.90. New York;
3n.7DliA.8, F.ast St. IxduI; London, spot.
24 2s d. Iron, Cleveland warrant. 60s In
lionilon; locally, (inlet; No, 1 foundry
northern. 3ir,.7,'u IB 25; No. 2 foundry north
ern, 313 .50l6.(Ki; No. 1 northern, southern
and No. 1 southern soft. IUi.754fi6.2o.
ST. UH1IS, Nov. 1 MET Aly Lead,
higher. H i'; spelter, strong, 86.75.
ROHTON. Nov. 1. WOOLr-Demand for
wool continues fairly brisk, with a broad
ening tendency and a strengthening of
values. Good wools are reported scarce,
while poorer grades are going rapidly, with
some dealers marking up goods, especially
In territory stock. A liberal amount of
fine staple has changed hands at 24o, while
Ohio three-eighths blood Is bringing 27o to
28c. On transactions In fins delaine frac
tional advance have been obtained, with
27Sc for unwashed. Pulled wool shares in
the general activity.
8T. I1UIS, Nov. 1. WOOL-FIrm; terri
tory and western mediums. 18(3i3o; fin
mediums. 17'uiOc; fine. 12rul6c
NEW YORK. Nov. 1. COFFEB Future
cloHod quiet. Sales 12 000 bags. Closing
hid: November. 34 75; December, 38.80;
January, 38. ST,; February. 88.80; March,
K7; April, 8S.SS.; Msy. $0.00; June, 8.0.02;
July. 31.OS: August, f0i; September anj
Oc'ober, J9.05. Spot coffee steady: Rio No.
7. lie; Santos No. 4. ll'c; mild coffee, quiet;
kn 8 SI,
V. 6 15
:,i; r. ii
, 5ft 5 "0
51 6 75
ipi 5 7il
, S"i 25
,64 5 75
Pry floods Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. l.-DRY GOO DS Tha
cotton goods, markets holds steady, but
quiet, the best btiiness being reported on
staple prints for spring. Tho export mar
kets are quiet. Yarns rule firm with trading;
moderate. The carpet auction waa continued
during the dny, the buying being brisk
and prices ruling about as at the opening-.
BOSTON NEWSPAPER IS SOLD
Board of Trnstera, Headed tiy Rick
nrrt Olarj , l akes t aarsja of
RO8TON. Nov. 1. The Boston Herald to
day passed Into new hands after a four
months' receivership. The shareholders of
the property, of whom Morton F. Plant of
New York is the largest, have relinquished,
the control to a board of trustees consisting
of Richard Olney, Major Henry Jjtrn Hlg
ginson, John H. Holmes, Robert W. Bur
'nett and Henry S. Howe. Robert Lincoln
O'lirien Is the editor and John Wells Far
U-y, a famous Harvard foot ball player af
ten years ago, Is lis counsel and treasures.
optiona l Open. I High. I Low. I Close I Yes y
Dec, ... 14 36 I 14 44 14 27
Jen. ... 14 2t I 14 81 14 Hi
Mar. ... 14 32 I 14 14 VI
May ... 14 41 I 14 47 14 fll
July ... 14 33 j 14 4-) 14 24
ThU announcement will appear tn this paper but one.
At Agents for the Underwriters, wc offer
Cumulative Preferred Stock
with a bonus of Common Stock, of the
NEW TORK. Nov. 1 - PI'OAR-fuw
quiet: muscovado, 89 test, 8 Sue; centrifugal,'
: teat. 3 !c: inuia-ai sugar, gs teat, Jiw,'
Rafluad, qui at.
Subscriptions ulll close at Neon
Full information on
November lGtii, 1910
Application may be made through your banker or broker,
or direct to
Henry L. Doherty & Co., Bankers
60 Wall Sl New York
The purpose of this public offering is primarily to broaden
the market for the outstanding stocks of this Company and
to interest small Investment buyers. Telegrains may be sent
at our expense.
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